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Barbara L. Viera

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Head Volleyball Coach

Delaware
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • bachelor's degree
    University of Massachusetts
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American Volleyball Coaches Association
www.avca.org, 25 Feb 2010 [cached]
Barbara Viera American Volleyball Coaches Association
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Hall of Fame - Barbara Viera
Barbara Viera, a 2002 AVCA Excellence in Education award recipient, served as the head volleyball coach at Delaware for 27 years. Viera retired on Feb. 15, 2000, to concentrate on her teaching duties with a 682-429 overall record. Over the years, she chaired the AVCA Education and Publications Committee, served on the AVCA Board of Directors and helped to generate articles for Coaching Volleyball. Viera also served on three USA Volleyball committees and wrote two books during her tenure at Delaware.
Barb Viera - Multi-Sport - ...
www.usavolleyball.org, 4 Mar 2007 [cached]
Barb Viera - Multi-Sport - term exp. 6/30/07
Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame | Inductees | 2004
www.desports.org, 30 Jan 2014 [cached]
Barbara L. Viera Barbara L. Viera's 27 year tenure as head women's volleyball coach at the University of Delaware is the longest in Blue Hen women's athletic history.
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Viera led teams to four post season national tournaments, twice to the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) and twice to the National Invitational Volleyball Championships. Her 1979 team won the Eastern AIAW title with a 35-18 record and set a record, 38 wins, while placing third in 1980. Since 1982, her teams posted a combined conference record of 99-47 (.678), including a 19 game win streak. Her teams never finished lower than 4th in the standings, qualifying for post-season play every year of her career. Viera was named "Coach of the Year" four times, 1986 in the ECC, 1992,94,96 in America East. She coached at the international level and took her teams to compete in Barbados, St. Lucia, Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, Argentina and Mexico. She was competition assistant at the 1996 Olympics Games. Viera authored two books and published over 30 articles. She received the Herm Reitzes Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2003. The volleyball court at Bob Carpenter Center is named after her as is the East Coast Volleyball Junior Olympic Championships. She was inducted in the U of D Hall of Fame and the American Volleyball Coaches Association HOF in 2003, Delaware Volleyball Coaches Association HOF in 2002, and the Westport High School, MA HOF in 1989.
University of Delaware Athletics News
www.udel.org, 29 May 2003 [cached]
Former UD Volleyball Head Coach Barbara Viera Honored by DSBA, AVCA (January 31, 2003)
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Former Volleyball Head Coach Barbara Viera to be Inducted into AVCA Hall of Fame (December 16, 2003) UD Volleyball Announces Signing of Three Players to NLI's (December 8, 2003)
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Former UD Volleyball Head Coach Barbara Viera Honored by DSBA, AVCA (January 31, 2003)
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Barbara Viera Announces Retirement as University of Delaware Volleyball Coach (February 15, 2000) Wanner, Dusza Named to All-America East Volleyball Team (November 23, 1999)
Welcome to AVCA - the American Volleyball Coaches Association
www.avca.org, 18 Dec 2003 [cached]
The 2003 inductees are Iradge Ahrabi-Fard, Andy Banachowski, Doug Beal, Larry Bock, Jim Coleman, Linda Dollar, Dave and Bernice Epperson, Dixie Grimmett, Linda Herman, Debbie Hunter, Fran Kalafer, Darlene Kluka, Terry Liskevych, Sharon McAlexander, Stewart McDole, Marilyn McReavy-Nolen, Elaine Michaelis, Mary Jo Peppler, Donald Shondell, Tom Tait, Barbara Viera and Lois Webb. (biographies on each inductee can be found later in this release)
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Barbara Viera, a 2002 AVCA Excellence in Education award recipient, served as the head volleyball coach at Delaware for 27 years.Viera retired on Feb. 15, 2000, to concentrate on her teaching duties with a 682-429 overall record.Over the years, she chaired the AVCA Education and Publications Committee, served on the AVCA Board of Directors and helped to generate articles for Coaching Volleyball.Viera also served on three USA Volleyball committees and wrote two books during her tenure at Delaware.
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